Wednesday, April 17, 2024

‘Right’ to raid

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GOVERNMENT SENATOR Darcy Boyce has defended the recent raid on adult entertainment joint Club Rehab by police and immigration officers.

But he has dismissed suggestions that the Immigration Department  was always looking to round 
up “a ton” of CARICOM nationals and deport them.

Boyce, whose portfolios in the Office of the Prime Minister include immigration, made the comments while moving the second reading of the Immigration (Amendment) Bill 2015 
in the Senate yesterday.

Commenting on the raid, Boyce said law enforcement officers had to protect the country’s security and morals.

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